Any restaurant that has survived more than a century has a lot of tales to tell, and at the circa 1887 Peter Luger, history seeps from the walls, beer steins and antique wooden tabletops.
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With its rich, cultural diversity, Brooklyn has always been a great dining destination, but it seems to be coming of age alongside the recent wave of food-mania, perfectly timing its ascent with a growing national obsession with all things food.
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Here is my first lesson and this one I learned from my mom at an early age: "mean what you say and say what you mean." Either he misses you or he doesn't; either you look hot or you don't.
New York has an overabundance of historic restaurants. It's something to be appreciated and supported, and certainly examined, as Brooks of Sheffield ...
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